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1881. 



Academy Notes.. 




SECOND mni EDITION 



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ILLUSTRATED 



Edited by CHARLES M. KURTZ. 



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AMERICAN 

Academy Notes 

1881. 



With Illustrations of 122 of the principal (Pictures in the 
Fifty-sixth Annual Exhibition of the 

National Academy of Design, 

93 of them being (Photo=Engraved (Reproductions of 
Sketches by 'the Artists themselves. 



Edited by 

CHARLES M. KURTZ. 




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(Copyright 1881, by Charles M. Kurtz.) 



INDEX 



TO THE GALLERIES, TO THE NUMBERS OF THE PAINTINGS CONTAINED 
IN EACH, AND THE PAGES DEVOTED TO EACH GALLERY. 



GALLERY. NUMBERS. PAGES. 

r 

Corridor, - - - - - i to 125 - 5 to 15 

North Gallery, - - - 126 to 2,71 - 16 to 27 

East Gallery, - 272 to 381 - 28 to 36 

South Gallery, - 382 to 499 - 37 to 57 

West Gallery, - - - - 500 to 610 - 58 to 65 

North-west Gallery, - - - 611 to 668 - 66 to 72 

Parlors, ----- 669 to 752 - - 72 



%* The illustrations are, in every case, photo-engraved reproductions of drawings by 
the artists themselves, except those marked by a *, drawn by E. Leon Durand ; those 
marked by a f, by C. D. Chapman, and those marked by a IT, by the Moss Engraving 
Company. 



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One hundred sets of proof impressions of the reproductions in American Academy 
Notes have been printed on extra fine plate paper with wide margins, and will be sent, 
postage prepaid, to any address in the United States, upon receipt of one dollar a set, by 
the Moss Engraving Co., No. 535 Pearl Street, New York. 



%* Artists, upon the completion of any important work, will confer a favor by 
sending information to the Editor of American Academy Notes, No. 14 Gramercy 
Park, New York. 



INDEX TO ARTISTS AND PICTURES BY PAGES. 



Anderson, A. A 30 & 57 

Beard, James H. , N. A 27 

Beckwith, J. Carroll 16 

Bellows, A. F., N.A 60 

Benjamin, S. G. W 17 

Bierstadt, Albert, N.A 40 

Bispham, H. C 51 

Blashfield, E. H 26 

Blum, Robert 14 

Boynton, G. R 72 

Brevoort, J. R., N.A 19 & 44 

Bricher, A. T., A. N. A 9 & 12 

Bridgman, F. A., A. N.A 27 

Bristol, J. B., N.A 40 

Brown, J. G., N.A 56 

Bunker, D. M 7 

Bunner, A. F 58 

Burns, M. J 8 

Champney, J. W 25 

Chase, Harry 19 & 51 

Colman, Samuel, N.A 66 

Crane, R. Bruce 7 

Cropsey, J. F., N.A 71 

Dana, W. P. W., N.A 52 

DeCrano, F. F 38 

De Haas, J. H. L 49 

De Haas, M. F. H., N.A ^39 

Dewey, CM 6 

Durand, E. Leon 8&19 

Eakins, Thomas 7° 

Farrer, Henry 13 

Fitch, John L., A. N.A 33 

Fredericks, A., A. N.A 67 

Fuller, George, A. N.A 46 

Gardner, Elizabeth J 32 & 63 

Gaul, Gilbert, A.N. A 57 

Gay, Edward, A.N. A 65 

Gifford, R. Swain, N. A 39 

Hall, George Henry, N.A 42 

Hennessy, W. J., N.A. 33 

Henry, E. L., N.A .\.6&6i 

Hovenden, Thomas 30 

Howland, Alfred C, A. N.A 20 

Hubbard, R. W., N.A 39 

Huntington, D., RN.A. . .41 & 45 

Johnson, Eastman, N.A 23 & 42 

Jones, H. Bolton 59 

Juglaris, Thomas 55 

Kappes/ Alfred 23 

Kiyonari, Yoshida 1 1 

Lambdin, George C, N. A 47 

Lanman, Charles, A. N.A 60 

Le Clear, Thomas, N.A 49 

Longfellow, Ernest * 24 

Loop, Henry A., N.A 43 



Loop, Mrs. H. A., A.N.A 23 

Lyman, Joseph, Jr 20 

MacKnight, S. R 10 

Macy, W. S 26 

Marr, Carl 37 

Mayer, Constant, A.N.A 18 

Maynard, G. W 55 

Merritt, Anna Lea 44 

Miller, Charles H., N. A 13 

Millet, Francis D 43 & 53 

Moran, Thomas 33 

Morgan, William, A.N.A 11 

Moss, Frank 10 

McCord, G. H 14 

McEntee, Jervis, N.A 54 

McKinstry, George A 71 

Nicoll, J. C 24 

Parrish, Stephen 59 

Parton, Arthur, A.N.A 12 

Perry, E. Wood, N.A. 50 

Quartley, Arthur, A.N.A 70 

Richards, T. Addison, N.A 35 

Richards, W. T 69 

Robbins, H. W., N.A 47 

Ryder, P. P., A.N.A 34 

Sanguinetti, Edward 62 

Sartain, William 64 

Satterlee, Walter, A.N.A 22 

Schuchardt, F., Jr 29 

Senat, P. L 64 

Shattuck, A. D., N. A 43 

Shields, T. W 17 

Shurtleff, R. M 69 

Smillie, James D., N.A 47 

Smillie, George H., A.N.A 29 

Smith, Calvin Rae 68 

Smith, T. L., A.N.A 31 

Stiepevich, V. G 61 

Story, George H., A.N. A.. 35 & 53 

Sword, J. B 6$ 

Thompson, Jerome, A.N.A 9 

Thompson, Wordsworth, N. A . . . 51 

Tojetti, Virgil io 50 

Tompkins, F. H 68 

Van Elten, K., A.N.A 66 

Volk, Douglas 21 

Waller, Frank 36 

Ward, Edgar M. , A.N.A 44 

Whittaker, J. B 28 

Whittredge, Worthington,N.A. 53 

Wiles, L. M 7 

Wilmarth, Lemuel E., N.A 35 

Witt, J. H 20-& 48 

Wood, G. B 62 

Wores, Theodore 15 



AMERICAN ACADEMY NOTES. 



PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 

It is extremely gratifying to the author to find it necessary to issue 
this second edition of American Academy Notes. The first edition 
consisted of 5,000 copies, and the fact that a second edition is called for, 
is fair evidence that the book is appreciated. 

In the present edition some changes have been made that improve 
the appearance of the book ; no new matter, however, has been added. 

The success which has followed this initial venture encourages the 
author to announce his intention to publish American Academy Notes 
annually hereafter, following the general plan of the original book, but 
improving it in detail as experience and study may suggest. 

The author is thankful for the many kindly notices from the Press, 
and for the very generous reception of the book by the people. 

New York, May 1st, 1881.